Tag Archives: President Trump

Section 301 Tariffs – Recent Developments

The following is an update from Frank Samolis, a partner in our Washington DC office, and Rory Murphy, an associate in our Washington DC office.  Frank is co-chair of our International Trade Practice and he advises clients on a wide range of international trade matters.  Rory is a member of our Public Policy International Practice who focuses … Continue Reading

Cross-post from The Trade Practitioner Blog: President Trump Ends US Participation in the JCPOA

On May 8, President Trump announced that the US is withdrawing from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) entered among the P5+1 countries (the US, China, France, Germany, Russia and the UK), the European Union and Iran in July 2015. In our publication, we provide an overview of upcoming changes to US sanctions policy … Continue Reading

Infrastructure Watch: The Impact of Proposals to Private Air-Traffic Control on Supply Chains

This time around, manufacturers have not yet meaningfully weighed in on the proposal.  There can be no doubt, however, that privatizing air-traffic control could fundamentally change the system in ways that will impact supply chains.  Obviously, in a “user pays” system, which is essentially what is being proposed, the direct costs of air transportation increase, … Continue Reading

Analysis – President Trump’s Joint Address to Congress

Squire Patton Bogg’s public policy team produced an analysis of President Trump’s first appearance before a joint session of Congress.  Addressing Congress on his 40th day in office, the President set forth his policy goals for what he expects to accomplish in the next 40 days and beyond. In their analysis, our public policy colleagues discuss four … Continue Reading
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